Neurotransmitters Brain Antiaging for Fatigue


No-where in nature does a more important class of compounds exist than neurotransmitters. Neurotransmitters are truly nature’s masterpieces and those practitioners that work with them on a daily basis stand in awe of them. Neurotransmitters provide the bio-chemical basis for mental, emotional, and physical health. Neurotransmitters are responsible for: the ability to learn, concentrate, memorize streams of data and important information, interpret experiences, analyze information, sleep, be happy, feel joy, create goals, commit to goals, one’s degree of creativity, motor control, muscle contraction, and energy levels; to name just a few roles.


Each person is born producing more of one neurotransmitter over all the other ones. It is like our very own bio-chemical fingerprint. This is the neurotransmitter that you can say that individual will “thrive” from. This neurotransmitter will actually shape part of that individual’s personality. In fact, one can actually acquire certain desired personality traits and qualities by building up certain neurotransmitters. For example, if one wishes to be more organized and calm, one can bolster GABA levels. If one wishes to be a professional writer one can build up acetylcholine levels. If one wishes to live more in the moment and enjoy life one can boost serotonin levels. Imagine the possibilities of developing a combination of certain traits by combining certain neurotransmitter formulations.


These are some examples neurotransmitters


  • Dopamine
  • GABA
  • Serotonin
  • Acetylcholine
  • Nor Epinephrine
  • Brain Antiaging Questionnaire

Find out about yourself

Do you make lists but don’t have the energy to follow through?
May be signs of low dopamine
Have you ever been diagnosed with ADHD or take ADHD medication?
May be signs of low dopamine
Do you crave chocolate, sweets, and / or caffeine?
May be signs of low dopamine
Do your thoughts feels disconnected or have cloudy, hazy thinking?
May be a sign of low dopamine
Read more about Dopamine
Dopamine : The D stands for dynamo. Dopamine is one of the most powerful substances the body produces. The most basic building block of dopamine is the amino acid called tyrosine. Dopamine allows the brain to concentrate and focus. Without enough dopamine, one loses a sense of purpose, feels “blah” and depressed, and has low self-esteem. The most common symptoms of low dopamine are: fatigue, depression, difficulty concentrating, lack of focus, and even a lost, aimless feeling. Dopamine is the neurotransmitter for passion: the passion to live. Without dopamine, one has a persistent feeling of “what’s the point?” When dopamine levels are well-balanced, one may have an enhanced ability to achieve mastery over one’s mind, embody confidence, and may have a restored capacity to feel joy and happiness.
Do you worry all the time?
May be signs of low GABA
Do you suffer from a constant background anxiety?
May be signs of low GABA
Do you suffer from insomnia?
May be signs of low GABA
Have you ever had panic attacks?
May be a sign of low GABA
Do you have phobias/compulsions that interfere with daily living?
May be a sign of low GABA
Read more about GABA
GABA : The G stands Gate; it is the gateway to peace and calmness. GABA is one of the most powerful calming agents of the body. It is the switch that “turns the mind off” and allows it to transition to the deeper brain waves such as theta and delta waves characteristic of deep sleep. Without enough GABA, one may suffer from mild to severe insomnia and anxiety. Moderate to severe deficiencies of GABA may be one of the main sources of panic attacks and a constant state of worrying. Without enough GABA, one may feel aimless, disorganized, and may have trouble adhering to specific regimens or schedules. When GABA levels are plentiful, one may have a beautiful sense of calm and inner peace.
Do you crave ice-cream, creamy foods such as macaroni and cheese/alfredo, and/or fired foods?
May be sign of Low Acetylcholine
Do you find your life lacks meaning or purpose?
May be sign of Low Acetylcholine
Do you find yourself wishing to articulate a thought but can’t find the right words?
May be sign of Low Acetylcholine
Do you have trouble with reading comprehension and find yourself reading passages over and over?
May be sign of Low Acetylcholine
Do you have memory loss?
May be sign of Low Acetylcholine
Do you have joint aches/pains?
May be sign of Low Acetylcholine
Do you suffer from low mood or depression?
May be sign of Low Acetylcholine
Read more about Acetylcholine
Acetylcholine : The "A" stands for amazing. Those who thrive off of acetylcholine have a more creative way of interpreting the world. Acetylcholine is necessary for absorbing and processing new information. Acetylcholine enhances word recall and allows one to articulate thoughts utilizing complex sentence structures. Those with acetylcholine personalities are inclined to the pursuit of higher learning and self-realization and are usually gifted in some way as a writer, musician, artist, or designer. Acetylcholine is especially important for Blood type B and can catapult Blood type B individuals out of the deepest, darkest depression. Acetylcholine natures have a deep longing and yearning to imbue their life with higher meaning and transcend the ordinary existence of daily routine and materialism. Acetylcholine is also pivotal for proper joint health and muscular contraction.
Do you feel numb or emotionally bland?
May be sign of Low Norepinephrine
Do you feel like you have "run out of gas"?
May be sign of Low Norepinephrine
Do you feel an afternoon dip in energy?
May be sign of Low Norepinephrine
Do you crave sweets in the afternoon?
May be sign of Low Norepinephrine
Read more about Norepinephrine
Norepinephrine : Like dopamine, norepinephrine is a powerful substance and is one of the main neurochemicals secreted during the fight or flight response. The body experiences spikes of norepinephrine whenever there are moments of stress or surges of emotion. Prolonged stress reduces the ability of the adrenals to produce enough norepinephrine, leaving one dull minded, sluggish, and in a haze like state. One of the main symptoms of low norepinephrine is chronic fatigue. Balanced norepinephrine leaves one confident, energetic and vibrant.
Do you often feel anxious?
May be sign of Low Serotonin
Do you have difficulty falling asleep?
May be sign of Low Serotonin
Does your mind race as you are trying to fall asleep?
May be sign of Low Serotonin
Do you crave sweets or crunchy carbs like chips/crackers/bread?
May be sign of Low Serotonin
Read more about Serotonin
Serotonin : The S stands for serene. Like GABA, serotonin is one of the main “off switches” of the brain. It is calming and helps lull the brain into a deep, restful sleep. Those that thrive off serotonin are the sunny, sanguine, easy-going people of the world. Main symptoms of low serotonin are: carb cravings; either sweet or salty and crunchy; insomnia, worrying, anxiety, and depression. Serotonin, like estrogen, also plays a role in maintaining body temperature at a certain set point. Low serotonin can cause hot-flashes and night sweats normally associated with low estrogen. Balanced serotonin levels imbue a calm, serene feeling.

Dynamo, gateway to beautiful calm, amazing, serene: wouldn’t it be wonderful to feel like that every day? The potential is there. The transformative power of neurotransmitters for mental and physical health is unparalleled by any other substance.


At fatigue to Fit centers our experts after clinical evaluation, history taking and neurotransmitters imbalance questionnaire evaluation will suggest a neurotransmitter-testing panel. These test results are evaluated in depth and then a personalized plan is prepared with specialized natural formulations to optimize the neurotransmitter levels to fight fatigue.

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